Globalist Condoleezza Rice talks gun control, but as a diplomat she is less obvious than the kids in Florida, CNN and Jake Tapper. She recalls how her dad had a rifle on his lap to…
Bush White House globalist Condoleezza Rice admitted in the first moments of her interview with establishment radio host Hugh Hewitt that, as a former Secretary of State, “I see America from the outside in.”
She immediately began spewing her globalist, open borders effluent, saying, “What unites us is a set of aspirations, a set of beliefs that you can come from humble circumstances, and you can do great things. It doesn’t really matter where you came from. It matters where you’re going.
Actually, it does matter where you came from, especially if you’re in the country illegally or if we’re spending taxpayer dollars that they would love to keep for their own children importing foreigners that we have to take care of. Our opportunities should be for our own children. If you want Somalians or Sudanese to benefit, go rent a hut in their countries and work with them.
But Rice was just getting started. After telling Hewitt how her father had guarded their home with a rifle laid across his lap when she was a child, Rice told him gun rights don’t matter now. She said, “I think it is time for us to have a conversation about what the right to bear arms means in the modern world. I don’t understand why civilians need to have access to military weapons. We wouldn’t, we wouldn’t say you can go out and buy a tank. So I do think we need to have that conversation. But I believe that the rights that we have in the Constitution are indivisible. We can’t throw away the 2nd Amendment and keep the 1st.
She’s supposed to be a Stanford genius, maybe she could understand that if the enemy, the criminal or the criminal government have semi-automatic weapons and the civilians do not, it’s a form of relinquishing the protections we have. To offer an extreme example as in her ridiculous tank analogy, why should citizens have only sling-shots with which to face off against commie Democrats with semi-automatic weapons provided by a tyrannical government?
She said she opposes the idea of having armed teachers and administrators in schools, saying, “Well, I’m not going to be one of them. I don’t really like the idea, frankly, of a gun in my classroom. I think that we need to have law enforcement protect us. Look, if people need to train people to protect our schools, and perhaps even communities want to consider whether or not they need guards to protect the schools, it’s a sad thing to think that we might, then that’s something that we should look at. But I don’t think that just arming people in the classroom is going to be the answer.”
That’s some deep thinking, there, Rice. So we can take from that statement that you have no idea what to do, just that you know guns are bad in the hands of teachers who are there anyway but acceptable in the hands of expensive armed officers who are another instance of big brother having to protect us when we should be able to do it ourselves. After all, that’s what “shall not be infringed” is all about.
Of course she has some of those expensive armed bodyguards protecting her at all times, so it’s not surprising that she’d incorporate that into her world view as a global citizens. She doesn’t need to defend herself, so why should we? Her life is worth saving. We’re just common peasants and therefore, expendable.
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